It is the contention of this paper that the arguments in philosophy given both for and against dualism are less than decisive. In this paper I examine some of the standard arguments or objections to dualism, and try to show they are unconvincing. Although I do not think that any good arguments have been given for being a dualist, I shall not pursue that here. Instead, I will engage in a relatively unpopular enterprise of defending dualism against some common objections. I make no claim to cover all of the objections.
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